Directed by Steve Gyamfi, Monfa Mano, visuals for Obrafour’s latest single follow a similar spiritual texture as Aseda, which he dropped on May 12.

In the video, the “Rap Sofuo” sermonises on the need rot constantly give God the praise as He alone is responsible for everything we enjoy daily.

Known privately as Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere Darko, Obrafour remains among the most important voices in Ghanaian music. Pae Mu Ka, his 1999 debut is still considered the best album in the evolution of the genre.

Obrafour is set to release his latest album Obrafoforo. The CD follows other masterpieces as  Ntetee Pa,  Asem SebeTofa (Time out for Adhession)Pae Mu Ka, Execution Diary, Asem Beba Dabi, and Heavy.


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